Grand Plans: Business Progressivism and Social Change in Ohio's Miami Valley, 1890-1929

@article{Segal1988GrandPB,
  title={Grand Plans: Business Progressivism and Social Change in Ohio's Miami Valley, 1890-1929},
  author={H. Segal and J. Sealander},
  journal={Technology and Culture},
  year={1988},
  volume={30},
  pages={1064}
}
Scholars may have widely differing views of the Progressive Era, but all see business as holding the key to the reforms of that period. In this new book Judith Sealander amplifies our understanding of the relationship between business leaders and reform through a detailed examination of Dayton and the Miami Valley of Ohio. She focuses specifically on four progressive projects that made this nine-county region nationally known as a center for reform activism.The four "projects" include an… Expand
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